Kyle Shanahan expects all injured 49ers to be ready by Sunday

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The 49ers should be a healthy team for Super Bowl LIV.

San Francisco coach Kyle Shanahan said running back Tevin Coleman, linebacker Kwon Alexander and safety Jaquiski Tartt, all of whom were listed as limited, should play against the Chiefs.

“They all got to go,” Shanahan told pool reporter Jenny Vrentas. “I’m expecting them to be good by Sunday.”

Unlike the Chiefs, who wore no pads in their Wednesday practice, the 49ers wore helmets and shells for 11-on-11 work, but it was a non-contact practice at the Miami Hurricanes’ facility. Shanahan said the 49ers were happy with the field surface, which was replaced last week at the 49ers’ request.

The 49ers’ special teams crew also got in a bit of work at Hard Rock Stadium to test the conditions before game day.

7 responses to “Kyle Shanahan expects all injured 49ers to be ready by Sunday

  1. If the Niners get a big lead, like say 28-3, John Lynch better be ready to come down their and take Shanny’s headset away.

  2. It’s funny how people keeps putting the superbowl lose on him when he wasnt in charge of the defense that gave up all those points

  3. Unheard of; and that is the case here too. It looks like SF has 15 players on IR and KC has 14. Nobody gets out of the regular season unscathed.

    tdubdizzle says:
    January 30, 2020 at 10:32 am
    How rare is it for a team to have no injuries for the superbowl?

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